Conceptual art is art in which the concepts or ideas involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns.
I have got a brief to come up with 2 coneceptual ideas for 2 words I chose.
I can’t decide between:
Alliteration, broken record, chant, chorus, copy, echo, encore, ingemination, iteracy, iterance, iteration, litany, paraphrase, periodicity, perseveration, practice, reappearance, recapitulation, recital, recurrence, redundancy, rehearsal, reiteration, relation, renewal, reoccurrence, repeat, repetitiousness, replication, report, reproduction, restatement, return, rhythm, rote, staccato, tautology.
Cut, destruction, discard, displacement, dropping, ejection, eradication, exclusion, expulsion, extermination, omission, rejection, riddance, taking away, weeding out, withdrawa.
Blast, boom, burst, clang, clap, clash, clatter, clattering, crack, din, peal, racket, slam, smash, smashing, sound, thunder, thunderclap, wha.
Addled, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, blind, blinded, dazed, dazzled, distracted, disturbed, dumb, dumbfounded, faint, gaga, giddy, groggy, hazy, light, muddled, off balance, out of control, punch-drunk, punchy, puzzled, reeling, shaky, slap-happy, staggered, staggering, swimming*, tipsy, unsteady, upset, vertiginous, weak in the knees, weak-kneed, whirling, wobbly, wooz.
This gave me a few different ways to approach the words in a more conceptual way, but given the strict parameters of the brief, it will still be quite difficult to come up with ideas that arnt basic and shallow.